The Morning Hype: The U.S is Seeking to Arrest Assange, a Future $50BN Cannabis Industry, and O’Reilly’s $25MN Golden Parachute


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Paris Shooting Shuts Down Election Events Before Sunday Vote (via Bloomberg)

Federal Judicial Panel Says Texas Redrew Districts to Overshadow Latino Population's Vote (via Reuters)

Cannabis Could Be a  $50BN Industry by 2026 (via MarketWatch)

REPORT: The U.S is Preparing to Arrest Julian Assange (via Gizmodo)

Uber Employees Implore You to #Undelete with an Art Project, Super Convincing (via The Verge)

Musk's New Company Neuralink, Gets Some More Details (via Mashable)

REPORT: O'Reilly Will Get a $25MN Golden Parachute (via Forbes) 

Dow Chemical Asks White House to "Set Aside" Damning Research into Pesticides  That Was Conducted by the Government (via Fortune)

Borussia Dortmund Bus Explosion Was Meant to Manipulate the Stock Market (via Business Insider)

NYC: " Top 0.1% Makes 4x the Income of the Bottom Half " (via Gothamist)

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